Success Stories at BSix…3rd edition;)

Chemistry ALevel is not an easy subject or any ALevel for that matter but if you try hard, you will definitely get the grades you deserve..


Marco is a Chemistry teacher at Bsix and he believes his students are working hard. The names of the people who are performing extremely well are Melody, Shayo, Sharif and Shrunel. He said “they use very good tactics when they are revising which is evident in the grades they get in things like practise tests”


I interviewed Sharif to see the secret behind his success and he notified me that the reason why he performs well is because he does practise papers.  He recently achieved a grade B in the January exams. He said that by doing these past papers, you will be able to see the way in which examiners will phrase questions and get used to answering the questions in a certain style. One paper every three days helps him to keep the Chemistry fresh in his mind.


Sharif said his inspiration to do Chemistry came from the idea that he wants to be able to go to Africa and make use of the chemical resources there.


Sharif’s advice to all the prospective students who would like to do Chemistry is:

“If you want to succeed in Chemistry; don’t sleep”…




Success Stories From Bsix 2nd edition ;)

As soon as I tell someone that I do Anthropology as one of my A-Level subjects, I get that ‘huh?!’ look! It isn’t anything difficult to understand in terms of what the subject is about.  Anthropology is a humanities subject in the same way that Psychology and Law and History are. It is a subject which helps you to understand human nature and how cultures differ and are similar globally.


I spoke to my Anthropology teacher, Harriett and asked her to inform me on the people who were doing well in the subject and she told me Radina was showing amazing progress in the subject.


Asking Rdina how she manages to be an outstanding student, she told me that she is passionate about the subject and she can relate to the world when she writes her essays. For those of you wishing to do Anthropology one sweet day, her advice was :

It is a subject that opens your eyes to see the world rather than being objective.


Don’t look at this blog and think that because you don’t do Anthropology, it doesn’t apply to you. What I learnt from Radina is that if you are passionate about something then you have to perservere to achieve it.